Timeline for Bodor’s 10kW +Machines
Launches Bodor’s first 10kW machine.
Launches the world’s first 25kW machine.
Launches the world’s first 30kW machine.
10kW+ global sales volume creates the record of 200+ units including 20 units of 20kW machines.
Launches the world’s first 40kW; Sells the world’s first 30kW machine.
Delivers the world’s first two 30kW machines
10kW+ global sales volume creates the record of 500+ units, which remains second to none in the world.
Launches the world’s only tailor-made 22kW laser, which is unique all over the world.
10kW+ global sales volume creates the record of 1000+ units, which remains second to none in the world.
Why 10kw+ Machines Are Better Compared to Plasma Machines?
Laser has a narrower kerf, meaning less material is wasted. More than this, laser cutting requires less manpower and even no secondary processing for most parts.
Laser cutting, 0.14mm; Plasma cutting, 0.4mm And at the vertical cross, laser cutting has a smaller bevel angle than plasma cutting.
Getting rid of secondary finishing, with smoother cutting surface, less dross, and smaller deformation.
Laser cutting speed can reach up to three times faster than plasma cutting.
Laser cutting is cleaner and more environment-friendly than the smoky and noisy plasma cutting
Faster Cutting Speed + Less Cost = More Profit
Data of the research shows that when cutting 10mm stainless steel, cutting speed becomes faster and cutting costs lower as power grows from 3kW to 20kW. However, operating costs in the same condition change rather stably. From 3kW to 12kW in the chart, for example, the operating costs increase by only 2% but the cutting speed increases by 10 times and the cutting costs decrease by 90%.